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Sky on 57

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Sky on 57 showcases a modern interpretation of Franco Asian Cuisine in a setting that offers a bird’s eye view of Singapore and the bay. Located at Tower One on level 57, the 12,000 square foot restaurant offers guests an unparalleled vista while they dine in a relaxed, sophisticated environment.

Breakfast
Daily: 7am - 10:30am

Lunch
Daily: 12pm - 2:30pm

Dinner

+65 66888857
$134 based on 54 submissions
Dinner (18 votes), View/Scenery (16 votes), Business Dining (14 votes)
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High Tea at Sky on 57

The service was great and they are very attentive to you. 
Our table's view was great as we get to see the city and the merlion. (was with a friend who hasn't been to Singapore before)
The food was excellent. 3 tier stand and the JQ signature dish, Foie Gras Xioa Long Boa.
The only part that was saddens me was that I have to finish the ice cream 1st  before eating the cakes and snacks as it was melting. Other than that it was well.
Lots of flavours from savoury snack to sour/sweet combination bites. (a mixture of both taste)
Love the gula melaka macaron, fried oyster, creme brulee and the white truffle chocolate. (those hit the spot for me)
It also came to my attention that some of the customers stands had different cakes as well. Maybe it's because they changed it due to shortage that i don't know.

Overall with the view and ambience, It was a really good high tea.


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• 10 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

High Tea at Sky on 57

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The service was great and they are very attentive to you. 
Our table's view was great as we get to see the city and the merlion. (was with a friend who hasn't been to Singapore before)
The food was excellent. 3 tier stand and the JQ signature dish, Foie Gras Xioa Long Boa.
The only part that was saddens me was that I have to finish the ice cream 1st  before eating the cakes and snacks as it was melting. Other than that it was well.
Lots of flavours from savoury snack to sour/sweet combination bites. (a mixture of both taste)
Love the gula melaka macaron, fried oyster, creme brulee and the white truffle chocolate. (those hit the spot for me)
It also came to my attention that some of the customers stands had different cakes as well. Maybe it's because they changed it due to shortage that i don't know.

Overall with the view and ambience, It was a really good high tea.


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• 08 Jan 2015 • 119 reviews • 0 follower

Ordinary 3-Tier Afternoon Tea Items

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For full review and photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2015/01/afternoon-tea-at-sky-57-10-bayfront.html


Overall the 3-tier items were mostly unremarkable and tasted very average, was expecting a better quality afternoon tea from Sky on 57... Only the starter, fried oyster tempura and the gula java macarons were really good.

Service was average as the staff were quite busy to juggle between guests who were still having lunch and guests having afternoon tea.. Hope they can improve the service for guests who were here for the high tea as well as the quality of the high tea items.
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• 29 Oct 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Afternoon Tea at Sky @ 57 came with "spring-cleaning"

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On 20 Oct, we were at SKy @ 57 for an Afternoon Tea to celebrate a birthday. To our horror, while enjoying the tea, an uncle walked in with a vacuum cleaner and started to vacuum the floor in our presence. Behind us, the staff was busy pouring buckets of ice. In the midst of the din created, staffs started to gather at the Bar Counter to chit-chat. It was like their Tea Break, with no consideration for guests present. Then another lady cleaner came in and started wiping the chiller vents along the Bar Counter. Balls of dust fell to the floor and she continued sending balls of dust to the floor.

We decided to send an email to the restaurant. While we were leaving the restaurant, the Manager acknowledged our email and said he would respond to our email. After 9 days, there is still no reply to our email. Dun pay lip service if you are not sincere.  Furthermore, we were not there to witness the spring-cleaning of your restaurant. Maybe we should bring this to teh attention of NEA for the unhygiene. 
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